Date of publication: 2017-09-02 00:51
What if you describe an issue that develops in four steps. (For example, a deliberate escalation, which is not that uncommon these days.) When you have described the steps you arrive at the issue. When you explain the issue, it seems especially handy to start at the latest point, which seems also most crucial in order to understand what the 8775 issue 8776 is.
(Some of the information that has come before can help to prepare it, but it doesn 8767 t necessarily go into details yet.)
An alternative would be to explain all steps in chronological order and in detail. This however presupposes some final 8775 judgment 8776 on each step, which might not be representative of how the steps actually come about. And if you describe the actual development in more detail and then explain the issue, it does not seem that different from what I have described before.
Your professors request different types of assignments, but don’t bother giving you instructions on how to complete them. It takes a lot of practice to become a skilled academic writer, but you are left with several projects and no idea on how to tackle them.
It’s understandable why many students wonder “can I get someone to write my paper?” When you don’t have the needed base of knowledge and experience in academic writing, it’s simply impossible to tackle all assignments you get.
A reverse climactic pattern organizes information in the exact opposite of the climactic pattern: the most important information precedes the least important. Use caution in choosing this method. While it works well in journalism with the inverted pyramid style of writing, it makes it more difficult to keep your readers’ attention in essay assignments. Using your journey to winning a medal as an example, your essay would start with the act of winning the medal and work backward through the process that got you to that point.
If focus is the foundation for constructing a piece of writing, organization is the the structural framework for that writing. Organization is important to effective writing because it provides readers with a framework to help them fulfill their expectations for the text. A well-organized piece of writing supports readers by making it easy for them to follow, while a poorly organized piece leads readers through a maze of confusion and confounded or unmet expectations.
Chronological Organization is used by writers when they want to describe what happened or happens in a particular order. Your entire history book is most likely written in a chronological patter. Some of the types of work that might follow this patter include the following. You can see that this type of organization is best when describing things that happen over time.
Anyone who has watched a great movie for ninety minutes only to have it limp to the finish with weak ending knows that strong endings are just as critical to effective writing as strong beginnings. And anyone who has watched the director 8767 s cut of a movie with all the alternate endings knows that even great directors have trouble coming up with satisfying endings for their movies. Just like directors, writers have to decide how to wrap up the action in their stories, resolving the conflict and tying up loose ends in a way that will leave their audience satisfied. Student writers struggle with writing strong endings, often relying on the weak 8775 I had a lot of fun 8776 summation or the classic 8775 It was just a dream 8776 ending to rescue them from their stories.
Examine the Outline
Look for repetition and other organizational problems. In the reverse outline above, there's a problem somewhere in Paragraphs 8-7, where the potential for repetition is high because you keep moving back and forth between river and shore.
Another challenge is that when one arrives at the beginning again, one has described the issue in 8775 full 8776 (this far), but is basically back at the latest point again, when the issue is 8775 established 8776 .
And perhaps one makes references to this latest point again, which requires some sort of summary sentence but might seem like a jump forwards nonetheless.
Still, McPhee also states that 89 there s nothing wrong with a chronological structure, 89 and certainly nothing to suggest it s a lesser form than thematic structure. In fact, even as long ago as Babylonian times, 89 most pieces were written that way, and nearly all pieces are written that way now. 89
You may notice that some articles (especially by British writers) do not appear to have a clear thesis statement—instead, the statement appears in the conclusion as an answer to a clear question asked in the introduction. Nevertheless, the whole article argues for the concluding thesis. In North America, most instructors insist that a definitive thesis statement appears in the introduction and guides the balance of the essay. If you wish, save it for the conclusion, but discuss this plan in advance with your tutor.
Narratives and process analysis essays commonly rely on chronological order. Morton Miller points out in his 6985 book 89 Reading and Writing Short Essay 89 that the 89 natural order of events—beginning, middle, and end—is narration s simplest and most-used arrangement. 89